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(Taylor and Francis, 2017)
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The myth of ‘Europeanization’ of Turkish foreign policy: the Cyprus debacle as a litmus test
This article examines Turkish–EU relations and the Cyprus issue within the Europeanization framework. It seeks to underline how and to what extent EU conditionality was performed in Turkey’s Cyprus policy in the post-Helsinki ...
Turkey’s new security environment, nuclear weapons and proliferation
Turkey has been touched deeply by the geostrategic changes introduced into the international system by the end of the cold war and the disintegration of the Soviet Union. This article will present and analyze Turkish ...
Environmental Problems and Surge in Civil–Military Cooperation: The Case of the Botswana Defense Force
(SAGE Publications Inc., 2016)
Problems associated with environment and climate change have long been in the headlines. However, research on the effects that such problems might have on civil–military relations has been limited so far. This article ...
Turkey as a "willing receiver" of American soft power: Hollywood movies in Turkey during the Cold War
Defining the relationship between the US and Turkey as one in which Turkey was a "willing receiver," this study illuminates the general question of how Turkey's foreign policy orientation is relevant to the analysis of the ...
A response to amos guiora: Reassessing the parameters of use of force in the age of terrorism
This commentary examines the "strict-scrutiny" approach to self-defence as proposed by Professor Amos N. Guiora and analyzes whether it provides for a clear guideline as to when states may carry out pre-emptive and ...
Korean War in the Turkish press
As the Korean War broke out in 1950, the decision to send a Turkish brigade to Korea was met with almost total acceptance by the Turkish people, although the opposition party criticized the decision-making process for not ...
Turkish Foreign Policy Toward the Algerian War of Independence (1954-62)
Turkish foreign policy toward the Algerian War of Independence (1954-62) was construed as persistent Turkish endorsement of official French positions generating abiding resentment among the states of the Third World, ...
The political origins of the Greek crisis: Domestic failures and the EU factor
This article argues that the origins of the Greek malaise are primarily political rather than economic and rooted in the delay, postponement, and half-hearted implementation of public policy reforms that preceded the crisis. ...